Friday, July 16, 2021

IN: Followup: South Bend Shooting from April Ruled Justified

A shooting death at Donald and Webster Streets in South Bend in April has been ruled a justifiable homicide.

The St. Joseph County Prosecutor’s Office says the death of David Austin was justified, as several witnesses said Austin approached the shooter, a 72 year-old man, in an aggressive manner and had punched the man.

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Anonymous said...

The last time I went shopping in a Yuma Wal-Mart I bought a bucket of 1400 rounds of .22lr two 100 count and some bird shot.. 22's are not thought of as very deadly but with the range they have you can make a lot of holes that leak and slow down any thing you hit. Five or six holes leaking is just as good a blasting chunks away. The point is the closer an attacker get to you the more damage they might do to you . If they never get close enough you can shoot something else at the attacker bleeds out with a scope a .22 can make effective head shot and that slows the attacker to a dead stop. Of course If you are too stupid to learn to use the sights on your weapon you are going to waste a loot of ammo.

Anonymous said...

Fire a .223 tracer at night after 400 yards you have no idea of where that round is going to hit. too fast to light and to unstable.

Anonymous said...

I carried an M-16 for a year in Vietnam I would not own one if it was made of solid gold.

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